why do they both shake they're aim does anybody know
cuz it helps them focus more
did any of them say that ?
does it actually help people to focus
if so why dont more players do it
kk said that in an interview, but im not so sure.
It does help them.
other pros dont do it cuz it is not that great, you could get timinged.
Wrist flicks rather than wrist + arm
some people aim with only their wrists (and if their sens is high enough their fingers) which causes their aiming style to be very flicky and shaky (because our wrists aren't the best for slow precise mouse movements; in fact, if you try to slowly clear a corner with only your wrist it'll probably involve one or two stutters)
other people (usually with lower sens) aim with their arms (chest, bicep, and shoulder muscles) and micro-adjust with their wrist.
people with really high sens as a result end up being really shaky with their aim
i heard that kk used to look up to whzy when he was coming up in the scene
i thought maybe its just a habit of whzy and kk picked it up because he's a fan
I used to play RTS games.
In rts games you would spam buttons a lot to keep your fingers “warm” so when you needed the speed you would already be primed and ready.
I feel like it might be the same thing. Keeping the twitch reflexes primed for when you need to use them.
Pretty sure its this. KK has said in interviews that it keeps him warm in game, you'll notice he does it mostly when holding an angle for a longer period of time
They are fans of 100T asuna
personally i do it because i zone out if I'm holding an angle for too long, helps me be ready for any swings
My guess is that they’re both trying to imitate the goat skrossi
it is not for aim but for eyes(indirectly aim) it keeps your eye under constant alert on downside you can get bad timing by opponent